I received a sample for review. All opinions are of my own.
It's the first week of November and the holiday season is officially here. Our family has accumulated a lot of stuff this year and although I know I'll get some toys and such for my son, my goal is to do most of my gifting as experiences as well as ?in honor of? gifts that help others. Using the?World Vision Gift Catalog?to help me shop, I'm able?to find beautiful handcrafted gifts that give back.
World Vision Gifts has a lovely'selection of handcrafted gifts. When you give?to Where Most Needed, you can choose from a variety of gifts?like beautiful necklaces and bracelets, hand-carved serving spoons, and tote bags, and your donation will go to help where it?makes the most impact. I went with the Mango Wood Beaded Bracelet from the island of Java and I just love it. Receiving this amazing and beautiful gift in kind for making a donation is a unique and'special item to gift to someone and serves as a?reminder of those that you've helped.
In addition to donating to Where Most Needed, there are many other ways to gift through World Vision. Things we take for granted like medicines, clean water, or even the ability to afford an education can all be sent in varying amounts to those in need. All of the donations can be made in the name of a loved one.
This holiday season, instead of giving the usual gift from a big box store,'surprise your friends and family?with beautiful gifts from the World Vision Gift Catalog that will help women, children, and families in the US and around the world?. They have over 250 items, ranging in price from $10 ? $39,000, and are all available online and in the print catalog.?Let's make a difference together this year by gifting though the World Vision Gift Catalog.
Giveaway Winner: Laurie E.